SIMAJ Patent Consulting Limited is a firm of Turkish Patent and Trademark Attorneys, European Patent Attorneys, and lawyers dealing with obtaining and defending industrial and intellectual property rights. The firm’s origin traces back to the years of the establishment of the Turkish Patent Institute in 1994. Over the years, the firm has gradually grown both in terms of the team and the firm’s technical and legal capabilities. Today, the firm’s areas of practice, in particular, include drafting filing, and prosecuting all kinds of IP applications as well as opposition, invalidation, and cancellation proceedings. In addition, SIMAJ is also involved in litigation and unfair competition actions before the competent authorities.
SIMAJ serves a broad range of clients from large multinational companies to startups. SIMAJ is dedicated to providing individualized attention and care to all of its clients. The firm focuses not only on the personal capabilities of the team but also on responsiveness to client queries for providing prompt, complete, and continuous service.
In addition to protecting intellectual property rights, SIMAJ also offers strategic advice for the purpose of securing an increased competitive force for its clients and managing its IP portfolio.
Most of the technical and legal staff has collective expertise in various IP matters and such experience is an important prerequisite for understanding the clients’ concerns and providing a creative and flexible point of view. In accordance with this sensitivity, the clients’ interests are safely guarded, and the risks are avoided.
Membership association and participation are of considerable importance for SIMAJ and therefore the attorneys of the firm are members and regular participants of the international associations for intellectual property such as INTA, ECTA, EPI, MARQUES, LES, AIPPI, GRUR, and AIPLA.
Today, SIMAJ is admitted to represent our clients before the Turkish Patent Institute, Turkish IP Courts, Civil, Criminal, and Administrative Courts, the Turkish Minister of Culture for copyright matters, the Turkish Domain Name Authority, the European Patent Office, and WIPO.